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The 10 Worst Lyrics From Your Favorite Rappers

Even famous rappers don't get it right every time.

Everyone has a bad day every now and then, even your favorite rappers.

The highly accomplished acts below no doubt have more hits than flops, but in a sense that's what makes their flops so noticeable and uncharacteristic. From Drake, Rick Ross, and Future to Lil Wayne and Run-DMC, these are the worst lyrics uttered by your favorite rappers.

Future

"f*ck around, pull out my dick and I pee on her."

Nicki Minaj

"When he was a geisha, I was a Samurai, somehow I understood him when he spoke Thai."

Rocko - U.O.E.N.O. ft. Future, Rick Ross

"Put molly all in her champagne, she ain't even know it. I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain't even know it."

RUN-DMC - King Of Rock (Official Video)

"There's three of us, but we're not the Beatles."

Lil Wayne

"I'm a venereal disease, like a menstrual bleed."

Nas

"Honey ain't a politican, she a pole-a-tician."

YG

"On my late-night thirsty, 'cause it was late-night and I was thirsty"

Fredo Santana

"Baby girl pull your pants up, I only want your face"

Pittbull

"Your man just left, I'm the plumber tonight, let me check your pipes. Oh, you're the healthy type. Well, here goes some egg whites."

Lil Pump

"I'm a millionaire but I don't know how to read."

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The Best Songs on 2019’s Worst Albums

We combed through the saving grace moments of 2019's biggest disappointments.

2019 has been an odd year for music.

Lil Nas X and Billie Eilish continue to dominate the radio landscape with their unique marketing and overall absurdities. As a result, 2019 has been a year for redefining the parameters of musical creativity and what it takes to make a successful record. Perhaps, as a result, a lot of this year's most anticipated releases ended up flopping. While some of these releases were merely lackluster, others were just plain bad. Of course, it's important to note that not every bad project was without its high points. So to pay homage to the biggest flops of the year, here are some of the best songs off of 2019's worst albums.


Lil Pump’s “Butterfly Doors”

While Harvard Dropout was one of 2019's most highly anticipated albums, it flopped because, as many predicted, it turns out Lil Pump is just not that talented. From priding himself on being illiterate to talking about blowing two million at Tootsies, this album is just truly absurd. Even so, Pump's forte is crafting catchy fraternity anthems. “Butterfly Doors" has enough versatility to get your head bobbing, and it doesn't contain nearly as many dumb metaphors as the other 15 tracks.

XXL Mag

After premiering his new single "Racks on Racks" on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 Radio, Lil Pump sat down with the legendary DJ to discuss his highly-anticipated sophomore project HARVERD DROPOUT, but for the most part he was mum on many of the details.

After enough poking and prodding, Pump seemingly caved. "You want a name?" Pump asked. "Lady Gaga. I got Lady Gaga on the album, what's up? It's going down!"

Lady Gaga? As in the most colossal pop artist in the world? In what world would the woman who wrote "Til' It Happens To You" be interested in working with an 18-year-old Soundcloud rapper whose most memorable lyric is "Gucci Gang, Gucci Gang, Gucci Gang, Gucci Gang, Gucci Gang, Gucci Gang?" Considering Pump's penchant for trolling—he recently said science can back up the claim that he is "the most lyrical rapper of all time"—we'll take this announcement with a grain of salt. With that said, is a Lil Pump and Gaga collab something everyone would love to see? Absolutely.

All that aside, Pump's HARVERD DROPOUT is (unfortunately) one of the most talked about projects of 2019. While the album was originally scheduled to drop on September 14th of last year, it was delayed following the rapper's arrest in Miami for driving without a license. The rappers latest single, "Racks on Racks," is raunchy, loud, and stupid, so it's safe to say HARVERD DROPOUT will employ a similar vibe. Check it out below, if you want. Or if you actually enjoy rap, you could listen to G-Herbo's new album.

Lil Pump - "Racks on Racks" (Official Music Video) www.youtube.com



Mackenzie Cummings-Grady is a creative writer who resides in the Brooklyn area. Mackenzie's work has previously appeared in The Boston Globe, Billboard, and Metropolis Magazine. Follow him on Twitter @mjcummingsgrady.


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Lil Pump Says Science Can Prove He's The "Most Lyrical Rapper of All Time"

"Cocaine on the boat (yeah, ooh) I just had a stroke, yeah"

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Clipping at the heels of Tory Lanez's claim that he's "the best rapper alive," Lil Pump took to Twitter late last night to say he, too, is an unstoppable force of lyrical nature.

"It's scientifically proven that I'm the most lyrical rapper of all time," the 18-year-old MC wrote. Undoubtedly, the Internet was quick to debate this claim.



Lil Pump has been known to troll, and he was possibly just bored last night and wanted to do something to get the people talking. The claim comes amidst Pump having to apologize for being racial insensitive in his latest single, "Butterfly Doors." Prior to the track's release, a snippet emerged of Pump rapping, "They call me Yao Ming cause my eyes real low." The lyric has since been edited out of the track.

Pump also recently announced his long-awaited HARVERD DROPOUT will finally be released on February 22. Originally scheduled to be released last year, the artist pushed the date back after going to jail in September for driving without a license. Pump has since been released and plans to take the Coachella Stage this summer alongside Gucci Mane and Smokepurpp under the moniker "Gucci Gang." Listen to his latest single below, and bask in the misunderstood complexities of Lil Pump.

Lil Pump - "Butterfly Doors" (Official Music Video) www.youtube.com


Mackenzie Cummings-Grady is a creative writer who resides in the Brooklyn area. Mackenzie's work has previously appeared in The Boston Globe, Billboard, and Metropolis Magazine. Follow him on Twitter @mjcummingsgrady.


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PUMP is definitely the place to be this week!

Lady Gaga dined there on Friday night with her mother and was joined by businesswoman Lisa Vanderpump herself, who was delighted to have the fellow LGBT activist for dinner.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star appeared in Gaga’s  music video for G.U.Y last year and Lisa obviously has a great relationship with the Grammy award winning singer, tweeting;

“Cosy dinner @ladygaga…at PUMP…woman after my own heart #lbgt #dogcrazy.”

As if that wasn’t enough star power for one weekend, on Sunday night Liza Minnelli was beaming as she left the hip restaurant in her first public appearance since leaving rehab.

Liza checked into a Malibu facility in March to get treatment for substance abuse.  The 69 year old has had a public battle with addiction for many years and has been in and out of treatment several times.

On Sunday she looked fantastic, all dressed in black, sitting at a table on the sidewalk and was smiling and happily signing autographs.

Lisa Vanderpump wasn’t at the restaurant that evening as according to US she was home tending to husband Ken who recently had hip replacement surgery so maybe it was the hot waiters in their wonderfully tight pink shirts that had Liza so happy!

 

Make mine a large one!